“… the Plustek SmartOffice PS3060U comes with a 50-sheet document feeder that can handle a wider than average range of paper sizes, including long documents up to 200”, ……. Plus, its smaller than average footprint makes it ideal for front office use. These features are just a few of the examples that facilitated its Summer 2016 BLI Pick win.” – by Joe Ellerman, Manager of Lab Operations
Plustek DocAction has been honored with “Outstanding Achievement” award by Buyers Lab (BLI) for its technological achievements in the scanner arena.
Let’s see what Buyers Lab said about Plustek DocAction:
“For its price, the Plustek OpticFilm 8100 is a very capable desktop film scanner. 3600ppi scans are sharp and detailed, printing well up to A3 size (depending on the quality of the originals, of course). … the Multi-Exposure feature does help you eek out a bit of extra detail from your most contrasty slides. … the OpticFilm 8100 is not the ideal tool for archiving truly large film collections but if you only need to digitise a moderate amount of slides and negatives, we have no reservations recommending it to you.”
– from the open box scanner review written by Zoltan Arva-Toth for Photography Blog.
The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i Ai film scanner offers high resolution, hardware-based dust and scratch removal, and simple color calibration for scans.” – Quote from PCMag.com
“The eScan A150 is somewhat niche, but it’s commendably easy to use.” – quoted from Expert Reviews
Digitizing photos is the first and most important step to safeguard family memories. It can be a frustrating challenge if we don’t find a good tool to help us digitize these family photo collections in an easy and quick way.
Check out an open box review by Stephen Waller for an ePHOTOzine Recommended scanner.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE is specifically designed to scan 35mm slides and negatives at resolutions up to 7,200 dots per inch (dpi). In a recent issue of Amateur Photographer, Andy Westlake, the technical editor, thoroughly reviewed the OpticFilm 8200i SE hardware and software. If you are about to digitize your collection of 35mm films, you can get informative advice about the scanner in his review.